Past Small Grants Recipients

Nautanki Theatre

Nautanki Theatre are the artistic platform for South Asian talent, uniting creatives and offering them the opportunity to showcase unique creative skills. They are the voice of the South Asian diaspora, telling their stories in this amazing and diverse land.

Their latest project, “Tamanna” (desire) will be an open discussion on how it feels to be a gay Muslim. Nautanki aims to spend the next 2 years working with various artists and community members from Pakistani diaspora in Australia as a part of capacity building and harnessing creative opportunities to develop resources on the intergenerational conflicts around region, culture and sexuality, resulting in increased community resilience. Nautanki Theatre’s PFA Small Grant will be used towards efforts in this project.

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